By srall
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown was the first permarnet englist settlement in the United States. Through the winter and the summer it was hard to live in the climate changed weather. The settlement is the oldest settlement in the United States that came from England.
  • Plymouth

    This settlement was made the capital of the colonies and is today called Plymouth, Massachusetts. This settlement ,along with Jamestown, was one of the earliest settlements of the english colonies. In this settement ,with help of the Native Americans, was formed the First Thanksgiving.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    The Boston Tea Party was a rebellion against imported tea taxes. This rebellion was a direct action ofThe Sons of Liberty protest byt throwing the tea into Boston Harbor. The Sons of Liberty successfully prevented the unloading of imported taxed tea into three colonies.
  • Declaration of Independence

    Declaration of Independence
    This day was when the 13 colonies gained their Independence from Great Britain. There were 56 delegates that signed this document of freedom. The biggest signature on the Declaration of Independence if JohHandcock.
  • Shay's Rebellion

    Shay's Rebellion
    Shay's rebellion was an armed upising of slaves who wanted freedom led by Daniel Shay. In all this haste there was four killed and twenty wounded. The rebellion was ended and the 70 followers were punished surverly for their action. Daniel Shay was forced to flee and some of the slaves were killed by their owners.
  • ceonstitutional convention

    ceonstitutional convention
    This convention was to purpose how to run the government and to address the government problems. James Madison and Alexander Halmilton were supposed to create a new government and failed to do so. After Both the delagates failed the congress elected George Whashington to preside over the whole convention.
  • Louisiana Purchace

    Louisiana Purchace
    "Vente de la Louisiana" or Sale of Louisiana was sold from France to the United states, in doing this the U.S. doubled in side. Today the Louisaiana purchase would have bought 15 out of the 50 states of the U.S. The United States paid 15 million dollars for this peice of land, and for that time it wasn't expencive.
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Uncle Tom's Cabin is a written story by Harriet Beecher Stowe of the reality of slavery. People did not understand how bad slavery was until a former slave and an abolitionist. In 1855 it was considered the most popular novel of the their day.
  • Civil War

    Civil War
    11 Southern slave states declared their secession from the Union and was called the Confederate States of America. The war began over an election won to a anti-slavery republican president that angered the Southerners. The Civil War was one of the first true industial wars.